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2XU in multi-year Silver-Level Partnership with USA Triathlon

first_imgUSA Triathlon (USAT) has entered into an exclusive partnership for the compression wear category with 2XU, a leading endurance sports apparel company, which designates 2XU as a Silver-Level Sponsor of the National Governing Body through August 2020.2XU will supply compression wear to members of the USA Triathlon and USA Paratriathlon National Teams. 2XU will also provide a premium gift for USA Triathlon’s four owned National Championship events: Age Group Nationals, Collegiate Club Nationals, Duathlon Nationals and Youth & Junior Nationals. USA Triathlon annual members will receive a 20% discount on 2XU products, including the company’s full line of compression tights, tops, socks and other training gear.Additionally, 2XU has developed a limited-edition USA Triathlon-branded compression apparel line called Stars n’ Stripes. The Stars n’ Stripes line will be available in April at usatstore.com, the National Governing Body’s official online store operated by Trisports.com. Orders are currently being pre-sold at shop.kitorder.com/starsandstripes.“USA Triathlon is the pinnacle of triathlon in the United States, the best of the best,” said Anthony Reeves, 2XU Global Chief Marketing Officer. “As 2XU is the leader in compression apparel and human performance, this partnership makes perfect sense. We are delighted to work with all USA Triathlon athletes and their coaches to support their training and recovery journeys.”“Proper recovery is a cornerstone of high performance in endurance sport,” said Andy Schmitz, USA Triathlon High Performance General Manager. “As such, we are excited to provide USA Triathlon’s National Team athletes with access to 2XU’s specially engineered compression solution as they take aim at podium finishes on the ITU circuit.”www.2xu.comwww.usatriathlon.org Relatedlast_img read more

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MaxFun and MYLAPS join forces in Austria and beyond

first_img Related MaxFun and MYLAPS have signed a long-term agreement to ‘offer best-in-class digital sports experiences to athletes and fans’.MaxFun, the company behind a leading running platform in Austria, will be timing all of its events with MYLAPS technology. Both companies are also partnering up in the field of race registration. MaxFun will offer its registration platform as an exclusive partner to the MYLAPS timer network in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.Events such as the RedBull 400, Graz Marathon, Vienna Nightrun and B2Run Series, will be timed with MYLAPS timing systems. These races will also use services such as the MYLAPS EventApp, with LiveTracking and Selfie features, to enhance the event experience for athletes, fans and sponsors.According to MYLAPS, the full-suite MaxFun registration platform is user friendly, both for participants and events, and is optimized for use on mobile devices.Werner Sallinger, CEO of MaxFun Sports said ‘We are excited to work together with the global leader in sports timing. We have the ambition to offer participants, fans and sponsors the ultimate sports experience. We are thrilled to explore new opportunities to further grow our registration platform with the network of MYLAPS.’Camiel Slaats, CEO at MYLAPS added ‘We are pleased to work with MaxFun in offering our world class technology to all their events. Next to that we are glad to offer our timers and events in Europe, Middle East and Africa a proven registration solution on the MaxFun platform. We look forward to helping enhance the race experience together with MaxFun for the years to come!’MaxFun Sports is active in Austria, Germany, Switzerland and the Czech Republic. Founded in 1999 in Vienna, Austria, MaxFun Sports offers full-service support for event organizers. It takes care of over 150 events per year with over 400,000 finishers.www.maxfunregister.comwww.mylaps.comlast_img read more

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Warner heroics for Australia are in vain as defeat sets up England semi-final

first_imgMANCHESTER, England,  (Reuters) – Prolific opener David Warner smashed a brilliant 122 but could not claim victory for Australia as they slipped to a 10-run defeat to South Africa in their Cricket World Cup clash at Old Trafford yesterday, leaving them facing a semi-final against England. The result allowed India to take over at the top of the round-robin table at the end of the first stage, meaning Australia will battle the host nation at Edgbaston on Thursday, while the Indians meet New Zealand at Old Trafford on Tuesday.Already-eliminated South Africa chose to bat and a century from captain Faf du Plessis took them to 325 for six in their 50 overs, a total boosted by Rassie van der Dussen’s well-constructed 95.Australia were in trouble early in their innings and a hamstring injury to number three batsman Usman Khawaja saw him retire hurt, and put the rest of his tournament in jeopardy, but they rallied magnificently before being bowled out for 315 with one ball remaining. “We would have liked to have got the win but there are some real positives from the game,” Australia captain Aaron Finch said at the post-match presentation.“We fought ourselves out of a bit of a hole with the bat and Davie Warner got a magnificent hundred. Alex Carey also played a brilliant knock to get us close.“It’s a bit frustrating but we can also learn from this as well. We still managed to get really close while not playing our best cricket.” South Africa have been poor with the bat in the tournament but found form on an excellent wicket for stroke-making and posted their highest total of the World Cup.Du Plessis followed up his unbeaten 96 against Sri Lanka last time out with another controlled innings of 100 from 94 balls.He put on 151 for the third wicket with Van der Dussen, who was caught on the boundary in the last delivery of the innings as he chased his maiden ODI ton. Australia lost Finch (3) in the third over of their reply and were in further trouble when Khawaja hobbled off with the score on 20.Steve Smith (7) was trapped leg before wicket by Dwaine Pretorius (2-27), before wicketkeeper Quinton de Kock effected a brilliant run-out of Marcus Stoinis (22) with a flick behind his back and then took a superb catch to remove Glenn Maxwell (12).At that stage Australia were reeling at 119 for four but Warner continued to score at a run a ball and got to his 17th ODI hundred with fours off successive deliveries. He put on a brilliant 108 in 90 balls for the sixth wicket with the excellent Carey (85 from 69 balls) to keep Australia in the hunt but miscued a Pretorius delivery and was superbly caught by a diving Chris Morris at mid-on.A hobbling Khawaja (18) returned to the wicket late in the innings but, with his movement restricted, was bowled by seamer Kagiso Rabada (3-56).“What a game, it’s always a pleasure playing against Australia,” Du Plessis said. “We wanted to at least go home with a small smile and today we got that as a team.”last_img read more

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